Japan PM: Damaged nuclear plant situation still precarious

March 25, 2011 12:56


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Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan said on Friday that the situation at a quake-damaged nuclear plant in northeast Japan remained very precarious.

The situation at the Fukushima nuclear plant was not getting worse but it was not a time for complacency, Kan told a news conference two weeks after a deadly quake and tsunami devastated the northeast of the country and killed more than 10,000 people.

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